Hobby Lobby -- the really, really scary part.
So, Hobby Lobby is fighting for the right to refuse to provide "health insurance coverage for abortion-inducing drugs and devices, as well as related education and counseling."
Did you catch that? It's not just for certain kinds of birth control (which they call "abortion-inducing drugs and devices") -- but also "related education and counseling."
What that means is that they want to deny their employees health insurance coverage for a doctor's visit that discusses IUDs or Plan B. So a doctor can't even discuss with their patient that an IUD may be best wtihout potentially not getting reimbursed. And a patient who wants to talk to a doctor about Plan B will have to pay for it out of pocket.
That's friggin' ridiculous. If there's one part of health care that should be a guaranteed benefit of health care, it's an honest conversation with your doctor about your health care options.